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Author: Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

During last Friday's workday, *cino interns (like Chelsea, above) and staff prepared the old Kindergarten Room for a Storytelling Night that evening. The room has come along way in the last year; the drop ceiling is entirely gone, which makes the space feel so much more open! But the biggest, most exciting work in recent...

It's getting hotter and hotter out there and we all need to keep hydrated! Ainsley Rynders, *cino summer intern, fills glasses full of water to wash down a freshly made chicken pad thai at our most recent Underground Supper Club. We are passionate about cooking, and we love to share it with others; but, like...

This past Saturday, volunteers for Triple Ripple Community Garden at the Huss Project gathered to work together on some much needed projects. We had seven volunteers come out, enabling us to accomplish a wonderful amount of work in less time than we bargained for. What did we get done? We staked and caged all the tomato...

There are things in life that we take for granted. One of those things is the ability to flush away our wastes and never have to see them again. Right now, we are lacking that ability at the Huss Project. And so our first Herculean task after the mortgage payoff is to furnish Huss with working...

(Past and present *cino staffers during a spring break service-learning program in March. Left to right: Deborah Haak, Kirstin Vander Giessen-Reitsma, Elizabeth Brouwer, Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma, Jordan Skinner, Jay Howard, Kyle Luck.) In the midst of our often chaotic lives, we must remember to be joyful ("though we have considered all the facts"). *culture is not optional has been...